- Student privacy in the digital age
In the digital age, data privacy has become a key concern for school leaders. Do you know your legal obligations?
- ACT schoolchildren suffer as swimming lessons dwindle
According to new figures, only one in seven children in ACT can swim 50 metres by the time they leave primary school, with water education an ongoing issue for public schools
- Private schoolboy charged over "sophisticated" drug-dealing operation
Girton Grammar in Bendigo is reeling after one of its students was charged with drug trafficking and possession
- Opinion: Dip in PISA results a sign of things to come
Following last week's PISA results, Maurie Mulheron, President, NSW Teachers Federation, outlines what's at stake if Australia does not address significant geographic and social inequalities in school funding.
- ATAR results fiasco affects 2,000 Victorian students
Wednesday evening saw a system glitch mistakenly send VCE results to more than 2,000 nonplussed high school students in Victoria
- Camp Australia banned from tendering or renewing contracts
Camp Australia, Australia's biggest before-and-after-school care provider, is not allowed to tender for new contracts or renew existing ones following the implementation of new rules